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Monthly Archives: March 2007

Stem Cells 101

What it is (and isn't), why it's promising, and who can benefit. Embryonic Stem Cells Hold Tremendous Promise The suffering of millions could end These cells could...

Stem cell grants come with dash of criticism

Carl T. Hall, Chronicle Science Writer One of the state's most prominent stem cell researchers was judged to be a little "naive" on some technical...

This Spring, Stop and Smell the Tax Deductions!

Let’s face it - tax time isn’t fun for ANYONE. If you live with a spinal cord injury or other Disability, it can...

Ireland is set to play a significant role in field of stem cell research

Gary Culliton looks at progress in the field of stem cell research and finds that Ireland could be a major player as developments unfold...

Many promises of stem cell research

Stem cells have been dogged by political and ethical controversies because some are derived from discarded human embryos, and because of fear and confusion...

Committee passes dueling bills on stem cell research

TALLAHASSEE -- Florida lawmakers tackled the issue of stem-cell research Tuesday facing the same question that dominates a national debate: Should taxpayers fund research...

Paralyzed teen forced to reset goals

PORT ST. LUCIE — Seventeen-year-old Tiffany Przenkop saw her friend screaming from under the dashboard and flames shooting from under the hood when she...

Wheels in Motion ready to roll

Rick Hansen event raises funds for spinal cord injuries and research Powell River's third annual Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion takes place from 10 am...

Spinal injury patient shows improvement

Chandigarh, March 28: A spinal cord injury victim who was a subject of stem cell experimentation at PGI has shown tremendous progress, doctors said...

Increase in spinal cord injury noted

The number of spinal cord injuries among the older population has increased dramatically over the last three decades. Falls are a leading cause of spinal...